Hiking Trails in Sardinia

Top Hiking Trails in Sardinia, Italy

Hiking Trails in Sardinia

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  • PaulMS
    Munich, Germany178 contributions
    Very long fine sandy beach to enjoy. We were here in the off season and we were almost alone, I guess in July /August it's more crowded. A camper parking lot is available. Be careful with the road to get there, it is a little bumpy. A must go beach in this area
    Written May 30, 2021
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  • Body and Mind Travel Adventures
    Atlanta, GA55 contributions
    Selvaggio Blue means the" blue wilderness". It's a "non trail" trail adjacent to Thyrennian sea-the part of Mediterenean in between Sardinia and Italy. A guide is essential .There is no water along this trail-for us, water was delivered in predetermined areas .We slept in caves by the water, rappelled numerous times , and slept one night in a "Refugio" where we had the best goat meat ever. Another night we slept in an old shepard hut.The views of the sea along the trail were unbelievable. One needs to be ingrate shape and adventurous in order to do this trail. Ir's well worth it.Probably the hardest trek in Europe, and one with the most amazing views.
    Written March 11, 2019
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  • Hapiwmn
    2 contributions
    There are several courses for various levels and once you get to the top the views are amazing. There are beaches also and exercise station machines along the trail.
    Written October 16, 2019
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  • Tomi M
    2 contributions
    We booked a day full of activities with Olbia Experience and are really happy we did so. The trekking part took us some 30 min drive away from Olbia to a really lovely piece of Sardinia's North-East coast. In addition to spectacular views we also had a change to visit some WW1 & WW2 era bunkers. And at the end enjoyed some tasty snacks along with glass of local wine in beachfront surrounded by turquoise waters. Sad that it was too cold for snorkeling as we were there first week of May. After resting few hours back in our accommodation, Elisa took us biking around Olbia. I'm convinced that you'll get most out of the tour/place you visit by these two simple thinks: 1) Great LOCAL guide who you can communicate with you a bit more than what one can study from travel guide books or internet. 2) BIKE. What a great, active way, to move around the place you are exploring.

    Thank you so much Elisa for the Day. Olbia Exprerience highly recommended by the 5 Finnish guys!
    Written May 10, 2019
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  • LucasBelgium
    Frankfurt, Germany1 contribution
    Angelo took us to the breathtakingly beautiful Gola Gorropu. He is a great guy and a wonderful guide with great knowledge about local history, plants and animals. The lunch in the woods, with bread, cheese, sausage and wine (all from his own farm) was one of the better meals I've ever had. Thank you Angelo!
    Written August 23, 2015
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  • Andrew S
    Hamburg, Germany23 contributions
    Definitely worth a visit to see the incredible panoramic view over Nuoro and Ogliastra provinces. It's approx. an 8km roundtrip hike. Mostly level surface until you come to the base of the peak. As indicated in other reviews, it gets a bit steep here, but not particularly difficult for normally fit people. To reach the starting point, search google for: Funtana Bona
    08027 Province of Nuoro
    Italy
    This is the forest rangers house with parking spaces and starting point for the hike.
    Written October 5, 2019
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  • Vecchio John S
    Vancouver, Canada72 contributions
    We parked just off the road to Argentiera and started on the path to Spiaggia della Frana, expecting a short and pleasant hike with an attractive destination. Which is mostly what we got, except that the route itself is actually a dirt road and so is travelled by all kinds of vehicles from campers and off-roaders to plain old cars and motor bikes. No big deal in late October, when just a handful of cars were on it, but I imagine it gets pretty noisy and dusty in the summer. Spiaggia della Frana itself is a secluded beach with challenging access (only about a third of the photos on its Tripadvisor site are actually of that beach, the rest are of a beach closer to Argentiera). A good choice for a hot summer's day. About 45 minutes' walk from the main road.
    Written November 20, 2017
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  • Shani K
    Saint Louis, MO2 contributions
    My family and I stopped in Cagliari with our cruise ship and I wanted to go hiking through the mountains nearby. Davide chose an enjoyable hike through the forest with lots of shade and stunning views. It was fun and a bit challenging for me and my eight and eleven year old sons had a blast. Davide was sweet and picked us up at the port and made sure we returned to our ship in plenty of time. He was great with the kids and even brought local snacks for us to try. Highly recommended!
    Written August 28, 2019
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  • Richard B
    Horrabridge, UK38 contributions
    The scenery at this top and in the valley path is amazing. we decided not to pay for the Landrover return but went for the 2km 700m drop path. The fauna and flowers and smell on the way down were brilliant.
    at the bottom we had our own lunch and a paddle before doing the canyon experience. I would only advise if fit. but we managed all three sections took an hour each way - make sure you have supplies good footwear and water.
    we also took a swim at bottom when go back to entrance before the long steep climb out. a brilliant day.
    there is an option to walk a level path 45 mins and then pay for land rover return.
    Written June 9, 2019
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